Experience letter format for Chief Finance Officer (CFO)

Experience letter format for Chief Finance Officer (CFO)

Chief Finance Officer (CFO) is an important position in any company, and the CFO is primarily responsible for dealing with financial risks of a company. They takes care of fiscal planning as well as record keeping and even fiscal reporting to the authorities. Due to the responsibilities bestowed on this position, employers hire only trained officials as Chief Finance Officer. If you have applied for the post of CFO and you are experienced for the post, then you will need an experience letter to testify your experience. Usually when an employee leave a company, he or she submits a written request to issue an experience letter along with the resignation letter, and the concerned manager or the HR department issue an experience letter along with a relieving letter addressed to the employee. Sometimes, however, employers might ask employees to write the experience letter themselves and get it signed by the HR head or the manager of the department they worked in.

Here we list some experience letter formats that one can use to write an experience letter for the post of a Chief Finance Officer (CFO).

Sample experience letter format 1

Date

To Whom It May Concern

This letter confirms that (title and name of the employee) has worked with (name of the company) as the Chief Finance Officer (CFO). He joined the company on (date of joining the company) and worked till (last day of working).

During his/ her employment term, we found him/ her to be very honest, punctual, and hardworking. He/ She carried out all his/ her duties with dedication and it is his/ her dedication alone, which helped him/ her achieve the position of Chief Financial Officer in our company. His / Her accounting knowhow and strategic skills are matchless and makes him/ her deserving for growth in this field.

We wish the best for all his/ her future ventures.

HR manager/ or Managing Director

Name of the company

Seal of the company

 

 

 

Sample experience letter format 2

Date

To Whom It May Concern

I hereby confirm that Mr. /Ms. (employee name) was associated with (name of the company) from (date of joining) to (date of leaving the company). His/ Her main responsibilities included:

  • Acting as financial gatekeeper for the company
  • Acting as strategic partner to the chief executive officer and other higher authorities of the company
  • Supervising financial operations
  • Helping in formulation of financial decisions
  • Monitoring and direct execution of busoness plans
  • Developing tax and financial policies
  • Managing budgeting processes and capital requests
  • Developing performance measures

His/ Her roles also included risk management and operations services. No matter what responsibility he/ she has to render, he/ she excelled in all his/ her duties. His/ her expert accounting knowledge of understanding of accounting trends helped our company to deal even the most difficult financial situations.

We hope that Mr. / Ms. (name of the company) excels in all the roles that he/ she takes up in his/ her career.

Name of the Manager

Name of the company

Seal of the company

Instead of ‘To Whom It May Concern’, an experience letter can also be addressed to the employee directly. This is done when the manager of the department, in which the employee is appointed, is issuing the experience letter. In most of the cases, the former method is used to write the letter. If required, then duties and responsibilities of the employee can be given in detail in the experience letter, or else only a few lines is written about the nature of post that the employee held. In some experience letters, accomplishments of the employee are also listed down in bullet lists. The matter written in the letter can be changed according to the post, the specific duties and other details about the employee, but the experience letter format should be the same in all the cases. 

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